The huge triangular stone beach sweeps seaward to create a dramatic scenic headland. The approach is down steep dirt tracks curiously crisscrossed with chain link fencing, the purpose of which is utterly baffling but typically Greek. An attractive beach bar has been built, mainly out of driftwood it seems, but don't expect drinks to be served cold until July when visitor numbers make it worthwhile for the owner to fire up the generator. There are sunbeds for hire on the south side but watch out for sea urchins. The north side of the beach is quieter but can suffer from deposits of tar and oil from passing ships. Road access has been much improved recently and its quiet isolation is less assured.